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hen it comes to the gut, it’s not which microbes you have but how they interact that appears to affect health.

ScienceBlog Dec 11 2018 - 05:20

Billions of tonnes of tiny creatures are thriving far beneath the planet’s surface, according to a major study of “deep life” living in a habitat n

The Independent Dec 11 2018 - 04:22

Fruit bats living in colonies share the same microbial communities in their fur that change in parallel with each other over time, reports a study

natureasia.com Dec 10 2018 - 18:53

This story originally appeared on The Guardian and is part of the Climate Desk collaboration.

Wired Dec 10 2018 - 15:46

CARD-FISH images of UCYN-A haptophyte symbiosis in the Bering Sea.

Phys.org Dec 10 2018 - 12:02

Leon Hong writes, "I made this science-y animation for my wife Elaine Hsiao's research — with the hopes that people will learn something

Boing Boing Dec 10 2018 - 10:52

Microbes growing on porous cylindrical electrodes suck in CO2 and turn it into useful chemicals such as acetate and methane.© 2018 Bin Bian Microbe

Phys.org Dec 10 2018 - 05:40

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 9: Assistant Professor of the Science Department at the Public Authority for Applied Education and Training Dr.Jenan Al-Harbi said

MENAFN Dec 10 2018 - 04:53

Dec. 6 (UPI) --When researchers in Italy took a closer look at the canvas of a 17th century painting, they found an array of microorganisms.

Upi.com Dec 6 2018 - 07:05

The gut microbiome -- the world of microbes that inhabit the human intestinal tract -- has captured the interest of scientists and clinicians for i

News Medical Dec 5 2018 - 23:57

Carlo Bononi’s 400-year-old painting, “Incoronazione della Vergine,” suffered damage after a 2012 earthquake.

PBS Dec 5 2018 - 20:50

Pigment-eating microbes play a part in degrading priceless paintings, but other microbes may help us to save them.

New Scientist Dec 5 2018 - 11:02

Organisms that degrade historic works of art have been identified through detailed analysis of a 400-year-old painting.

dailymail.co.uk Dec 5 2018 - 06:00

When an animal evolves, so do the microbes in its gut, a new study by researchers at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev shows.

Israel21c Dec 5 2018 - 00:15

The interactions that take place between the species of microbes living in the gastrointestinal system often have large and unpredicted effects on

News Medical Dec 4 2018 - 21:35

In the history of the Amazon rainforest, missionaries murdered nearly as many people with their microbes, carrying measles and smallpox and God-kno

Patheos Dec 3 2018 - 17:35

Microbes are single-cell organisms that are too small to be seen with the naked eye.

UChicago News Dec 3 2018 - 16:56

ST. PAUL (AP) — There is life — tiny, microbial, can’t-see-it-with-the-naked-eye life — teeming in the dirt under our feet.

Marshall Independent Dec 3 2018 - 16:03

Electrochemical techniques are being used to define microorganisms as electrochemical entities and thereby provide opportunities to monitor microbi

EurekAlert! Dec 3 2018 - 11:54

Researchers at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK) reported results from a new study that looks at the likelihood of complications for peo

Medical Xpress Dec 3 2018 - 05:54

An international team led by researchers at The University of Manchester have discovered why some plants “live fast and die young” whilst others ha

Genetic Literacy Project Dec 3 2018 - 04:37

For the first time, researchers have found that having a healthy balance of microorganisms in the body before a bone marrow transplant is associate

mskcc.org Dec 2 2018 - 08:26

Humans carry a massive community of microbes around on and inside us from at least the time we are born, and research has shown that from our earli

Labroots Nov 30 2018 - 11:07

It’s not often that a nationally-known technology entrepreneur promises to improve the lives of us poor mortals who live in coastal Delaware.

DelmarvaNow Nov 30 2018 - 03:53

MOSCOW — Scientists at the University of Idaho have discovered an array of living microbes in wildfire smoke — and that smoke could potentially be

Lewiston Tribune Online Nov 30 2018 - 01:16

Researchers have discovered nearly two dozen new types of microbes in the extremely hot, deep-sea sediments that consume harmful greenhouses gases.

i4u.com Nov 29 2018 - 18:53

v=ap&w=980&h=551&api=7db9fe61-7414-47b5-9871-e17d87b8b6a0 800w" > Nearly two dozen microbes were found to use hydrocarbons

The Weather Channel Nov 29 2018 - 10:02

Scientists at the University of Idaho have discovered an array of living microbes in wildfire smoke - and that smoke could potentially be transport

Moscow-Pullman Daily News Nov 29 2018 - 08:53

A bunch of microbes collected at around 2,000 metres (6,562 feet) below the surface of the surface of the Gulf of California might have a strong ap

ZME Science Nov 29 2018 - 08:44

Scientists from the University of Texas have discovered nearly two dozen new types of deep-sea microbes, many of which gobble hydrocarbons like met

v3.co.uk Nov 29 2018 - 05:15

The Central government is working on an extensive protocol to pinpoint multidrug-resistant microbes and will soon come out with a set of guidelines

Pharmabiz Nov 28 2018 - 18:30

They may devour oil spills, too. Hope you're hungry little guys, we have a lot to feed you. What an amazing planet we live on.

TreeHugger Nov 28 2018 - 15:25

Our genetic code is made up of four nucleotide bases, but in recent years, scientists have created microbes that incorporate totally new bases.

Labroots Nov 28 2018 - 10:47

They may devour oil spills, too. Hope you're hungry little guys, we have a lot to feed you. What an amazing planet we live on.

TreeHugger Nov 28 2018 - 10:32

Scientists from the University of Texas have discovered nearly two dozen new types of deep-sea microbes, many of which gobble hydrocarbons like met

v3.co.uk Nov 28 2018 - 10:18

Scientists at The University of Texas at Austin’s Marine Science Institute have discovered nearly two dozen new types of microbes, many of which us

Astrobio Nov 28 2018 - 08:24

Scientists at The University of Texas at Austin's Marine Science Institute have discovered nearly two dozen new types of microbes, many of whi

astrobiology.com Nov 27 2018 - 19:56

The vital growth nutrient phosphorus is scarce in many tropical ecosystems, yet somehow microbes in tropical soil thrive.

Newswise Nov 27 2018 - 12:13

WASHINGTON – NASA is concerned over the strains of the bacterium “Enterobacter,” identified on the toilets of the International Space Station'

India West Nov 27 2018 - 12:12

There is life — tiny, microbial, can't-see-it-with-the-naked-eye life — teeming in the dirt under our feet.

southernminn Nov 27 2018 - 10:39

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Forbes Nov 27 2018 - 09:06

Approximately 1/3 of the agricultural production ends up in landfills, sadly disproving the second law of thermodynamics, which, in simple terms, s

Forbes Nov 27 2018 - 09:06

NEW MICROBES that can "gobble greenhouse gases" have been discovered deep under the ocean.

Irish Sun Nov 27 2018 - 05:25

Previously unknown life beneath the oceans gives hope for staving off global warming Scientists found nearly two dozen new types of microbes during

The Sun Nov 27 2018 - 03:52

Deep-sea microbes that could help clean up devastating oil spills have been discovered at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean.

dailymail.co.uk Nov 26 2018 - 21:00

Strains of the bacterium Enterobacter, similar to newly found opportunistic infectious organisms seen in a few hospital settings, have been identif

astrobiology.com Nov 26 2018 - 18:39

There is life — tiny, microbial, can’t-see-it-with-the-naked-eye life — teeming in the dirt under our feet.

Albert Lea Tribune Nov 26 2018 - 17:48

A general concept in biology is that cells use two different systems to transport substances across their membrane: selective pores, which allow pa

EurekAlert! Nov 26 2018 - 09:32

Scientists have identified five strains of bacterium Enterobacter that were recovered in 2015 from the exercise platform and toilet area on the Int

v3.co.uk Nov 23 2018 - 10:20

In the wake of the most recent romaine lettuce E.

Montreal Gazette Nov 23 2018 - 09:06